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Anneliese

22-12-00, 02:36 PM (GMT)
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"Travels with her tutu..."
 
   No comments on this series yet? I think Deborah Bull has really matured as a presenter this year - comparing this with the "Dance Night" of a couple of years ago she is so much more fluent and at ease. But she shouldn't give up the day job for a career in middle eastern restaurants just yet.... she really needs to work on that shimmy!


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  Subject     Author     Message Date     ID  
  RE: Travels with her tutu... Karen R 22-12-00 1
     RE: Travels with her tutu... Anneliese 01-01-01 2
         RE: Travels with her tutu... Tomoko.A 01-01-01 3
             RE: Travels with her tutu... smw380 02-01-01 4
                 RE: Travels with her tutu... Barbara 02-01-01 5
                 RE: Travels with her tutu... Jane N 02-01-01 6
                     RE: Travels with her tutu... Ann Welsh 02-01-01 7

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Karen R

22-12-00, 02:51 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Travels with her tutu..."
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   I have enjoyed the two programmes I have seen so far. Deborah seemed to have a ball with the jive and was getting the hang of belly dancing pretty well, shimmying apart. She is just not built for that. Now I on the other hand........ no forget that! I gather from her comments at the end of the last programme that she will have problems with the break dancing.


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Anneliese

01-01-01, 09:33 PM (GMT)
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   Well, I thought her tango was good (if not QUITE spontaneous...) and my other half is now asking when I am going to invite her to dinner. If you're surfing, Deborah, you've got a fan!


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Tomoko.A

01-01-01, 10:55 PM (GMT)
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   I really enjoyed the programme. I think she looked stunning when
she danced tango. There was a good review in the FT last week.


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smw380

02-01-01, 03:03 AM (GMT)
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   Because of the kindness of one of the ballet.uk-ers, I recently got to see Dance Ballerina Dance, with Deborah Bull and Adam Cooper. What a wonderful show! There's nothing comparable here in the US on tv, which is a shame.

Is this a weekly program?

sarah


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Barbara

02-01-01, 11:29 AM (GMT)
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   I saw the last two - the breakdancing and tango - and thought they were really enjoyable. My father and brother, who will come to the ballet once a year with me, were both busy taping the programme, they thought it was so good. It would be great fun if they could do the reverse - invite the experts back to have a go at ballet.


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Jane N

02-01-01, 12:42 PM (GMT)
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   Dear Sarah: If only we were that lucky, to have a weekly programme devoted to dance! If it's not cookery, gardening or DIY, there's no chance of a regular series, it seems.


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Ann Welsh

02-01-01, 06:32 PM (GMT)
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   Sarah: that video was a VERY VERY rare one-off broadcast by BBC2 of an evening entirely devoted to dance. As you know, it not only included the Deb/Adam show, but others events such as the Nureyev/Fonteyn 'Marguerite and Armand' performance. As Jane says, this is a rarerity - we have to wait with bated breath to look for other dance events on TV. We did get the re-opening of the Royal Opera House and, just occasionally, UK TV does come up with some gems - the SummerDance season, for instance, and this New Year's Eve produced the Royal Ballet's Nutcracker - and it's good to know from Matthew's posting that AMP will be filming The Car Man even if we have to buy the video.


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